Wan Zuki Azman | Institute of Engineering Mathematics

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Wan Zuki Azman | Universiti Malaysia Perlis

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Background

Wan Zuki Azman Wan Muhamad is a Lecturer at Institute of Engineering Mathematics (IMK), Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP). He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Mathematics from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) in 2008. End of 2009, he received his Master of Science in Engineering Mathematics from UTM also.

Wan Zuki Azman teaches Engineering Mathematics I, Engineering Mathematics II, Engineering Mathematics III, Intermediate Mathematics and Engineering Statistics.

He is member of Malaysian Mathematical Sciences Society (PERSAMA) and International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology (IACSIT)

Outside of university enjoys traveling, reading and playing badminton.

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 October 2014 15:14

JMP® Powerful statistical analysis linked with interactive graphics, in memory and on the desktop.

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For nearly 25 years, JMP statistical discovery software from SAS has been the tool of choice for scientists, engineers and other data explorers in almost every industry and government sector. JMP combines powerful statistics with dynamic graphics, in memory and on the desktop. Its interactive and visual paradigm enables JMP to reveal insights that are impossible to gain from raw tables of numbers or static graphs.

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University Timetabling using FET

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FET is open source free software for automatically scheduling the timetable of a school, high-school or university. It uses a fast and efficient timetabling algorithm. It is licensed under GNU GPL.

Usually, FET is able to solve a complicated timetable in maximum 5-20 minutes. For simpler timetables, it may take a shorter time, under 5 minutes (in some cases, a matter of seconds). For extremely difficult timetables, it may take a longer time, a matter of hours.

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